Posts Tagged ‘Rash’

8 ways to calm Psoriasis without a prescription

Do you have a dirty little secret? One that you’ve been hiding for years underneath long sleeves and turtle necks? Or do you just keep to yourself to avoid the embarrassment and anxiety caused by the visible sores on your face and neck? Rashy skin doesn’t typically get welcomed with open arms, even if that rash isn’t contagious.

Whether your psoriasis is mild or severe, you don’t necessarily have to use a prescription to calm the symptoms. 

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What is diaper rash and how do you stop it?

What is diaper rash, and how do you stop it

This is a sponsored post written by Daily Mom on behalf of Balmex for IZEA. All opinions are 100% ours.

Your sweet little baby is plagued with chronic diaper rash. What is it from? Is there anything you can do about it? Can you prevent it from occurring again? Read on to see what the common causes of diaper rash are- and how you just may be able to finally nip it in the bud.  

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4 Hidden Dangers to Watch Out for This Summer

Time spent outdoors this summer, and especially as we head into the slightly cooler months of fall, can make the best childhood memories — family hikes, camping trips, and trail explorations. However, they can also make for some pretty itchy–possibly poo-filled — situations that while yes, they too will be memorable, they may not be the childhood memories you’re hoping for. Learn how to spot and prevent common natural dangers in your woods and waters to keep outdoor childhood memories pleasant!

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3 Simple Steps For Calming Angry Skin

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We’ve all been there. You’re feeling adventurous and try a new moisturizer, or primer, or foundation, and have a horrible allergic reaction on your skin. Or for some unknown reason, you wake up and your skin is puffy, red, blotchy, and itchy. Trying to cover it with makeup only further irritates it, and then you’re left with an even bigger mess.  Many drug store moisturizers, washes, and toners contain chemicals which will make your skin even angrier, so this is a great time to seek out natural remedies that will get your skin calmed quickly.

Try our favorite three skin-calming steps in succession, or try one or two separately, depending on the severity of your symptoms. You’ll be feeling fresh, de-puffed, de-itched, and redness-free in no time!

Try these creams or use our home made remedies below


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